Noor Husin hit a 79th-minute equaliser as Southend claimed a 1-1 draw at Oldham in the Vanarama National League.

Husin was on hand to tuck in, with the aid of a deflection, after Marcus Dackers had brought down a Jack Bridge cross.

Oldham had been on course for victory after Nathan Sheron – who was denied by a fine save from Collin Andeng Ndi in the first half – had opened the scoring with a powerful strike on the hour.

The closing stages of the game were played in heavy rain and neither side could find a winner.

Gatlin O’Donkor and Anthony Hartigan were on target in the first half as promotion-chasing Barnet claimed a 2-1 win at Hartlepool in the Vanarama National League.

O’Donkor opened the scoring for the Bees after 11 minutes following good work by Zak Brunt and went close to adding a second when he headed over.

Hartigan did double the lead and in spectacular fashion just before the interval when he curled in a free-kick from out on the left.

Hartlepool responded after the break but could not find a way past Josh Keeley in the Barnet goal until Nicky Featherstone headed an 89th-minute consolation.

Josh Rees and Harry Phipps struck in the second half as Dagenham and Redbridge claimed a 3-1 win over Altrincham in the Vanarama National League.

Daggers took the lead on 42 minutes at Victoria Road when Ryan Hill converted from the spot after a foul on Tom Eastman but this was quickly cancelled out by a penalty at the other end.

This time Eastman was the guilty party with a trip on Regan Linney, who stepped up to score himself.

Chris Conn-Clarke hit the post for Altrincham after the break but Rees put Daggers ahead from close range on the hour and Phipps secured victory five minutes later.

Teenage substitute Dajaune Brown struck a last-gasp equaliser to earn Gateshead a 1-1 draw at Boreham Wood in the Vanarama National League.

The 18-year-old, on loan from Derby, picked an opportune moment to register his first senior goal by pouncing six minutes minutes into added time.

Play-off hopefuls Gateshead looked set to slip to a frustrating defeat after Kabongo Tshimanga put the 15th-placed hosts on course for victory with a 26th-minute opener.

Luke Hannant and Brown each struck the woodwork for the fifth-placed visitors before their perseverance paid off at the death.

Danny Ormerod’s double helped Fylde move away from the Vanarama National League drop zone with a thumping 4-1 win over relegation rivals Maidenhead.

Striker Ormerod slotted home after going through one-on-one to give the hosts a half-time lead at Mill Farm.

Reece Smith’s low shot in the 57th minute brought the Magpies level but parity was short-lived as Jon Ustabasi quickly restored the Coasters’ advantage with a fine individual effort.

Ormerod doubled his tally with a header 13 minutes from time before Nick Haughton completed an emphatic victory in the 88th minute, leaving Fylde and Maidenhead level on points, three above the bottom four.

Dominic Samuel hit a last-gasp winner against Rochdale to move in-form Ebbsfleet further clear of the Vanarama National League relegation zone.

The late goal secured a 2-1 victory that takes Ebbsfleet – who have now won four on the trot and have lost just once in their last eight matches – five points above the bottom four.

Dominic Poleon had put Danny Searle’s hosts ahead early on only for Kairo Mitchell to level for Rochdale four minutes before the break.

The points looked destined to be shared until Samuel showed composure to fire home in stoppage time for The Fleet.

Corey Whitely struck twice as promotion-chasing Bromley returned to winning ways with a 2-0 success over Halifax in the Vanarama National League.

Forward Whitely thumped home from range to give the second-placed hosts a 39th-minute lead at Hayes Lane, before blasting into the top corner to double his tally within a minute of the restart.

Halifax were unable to find a way back into the game as their four-match winning run came to an end, with Bromley registering only a second victory in nine outings following a 4-3 triumph over leaders Chesterfield a fortnight ago.

Both sides finished the contest with 10 men after Bromley defender Besart Topalloj and Halifax forward Adan George were dismissed in the fifth minute of added time.

Tahvon Campbell scored a last-minute equaliser to nullify Paul McCallum’s hat-trick as promotion-chasing Solihull Moors snatched a 3-3 draw at Eastleigh in the Vanarama National League.

Two headers from McCallum put the hosts into a 2-0 at half-time but Jamey Osborne pulled one back just before the hour.

McCallum restored Eastleigh’s two-goal advantage when he completed his treble on 68 minutes but the visitors were not done.

Jack Stevens kept them in the game with a curling effort on 74 minutes and substitute Campbell had the final say as the clock approached 90 minutes.

Oxford City remain cut adrift at the bottom of the Vanarama National League after losing at home to play-off hopefuls Aldershot.

The Hoops are 10 points behind second-bottom Woking and are rooted to the foot of the table, with a 2-1 defeat extending their winless run to seven matches.

Lorent Tolaj put the visitors in front but Lewis Coyle levelled for Oxford before the half-hour.

Aldershot, though, would secure the three points as Josh Stokes’ first-half effort proved enough for victory.

Max Kretzschmar hit a brace as Wealdstone won at York to leave the hosts mired in the Vanarama National League relegation fight.

A 3-2 defeat leaves York just a point clear of the relegation zone after they surrendered the lead to slip to a home loss.

Billy Chadwick’s opener was cancelled out in first-half stoppage time by Jack Cook before Kretzschmar stole the headlines with a double.

York kept themselves in the contest as Chadwick doubled up for the afternoon but it proved to be in vain as Wealdstone left the LNER Community Stadium with all three points.

Alfie Rutherford scored twice as relegation-threatened Dorking boosted their Vanarama National League survival hopes by stunning runaway leaders Chesterfield with a thumping 4-1 win at Meadowbank.

Daniel Pybus bobbled home from just inside the 18-yard box to give Wanderers a ninth-minute lead before Rutherford’s angled drive into the bottom left corner doubled the advantage.

Ash Palmer halved the deficit in first-half added time by heading in Liam Mandeville’s cross but Tom Blair capitalised on an error from Spireites captain Jamie Grimes to restore the Surrey side’s two-goal lead within three minutes of the restart.

Rutherford sealed a resounding success in the 66th minute, racing clear from inside his own half following a mistake by Jeff King to slot between the legs of Chesterfield goalkeeper Harry Tyrer.

Woking boosted their Vanarama National League survival chances with a last-gasp 3-2 victory over high-flying Gateshead.

The home side made a rapid start and were ahead inside three minutes when Lewis Walker headed home from a corner.

Gateshead were level 11 minutes later when Marcus Dinanga headed in his 24th goal of the season before Callum Whelan rounded Woking goalkeeper Will Jaaskelainen and tapped into an empty net to give the visitors a half-time lead.

Woking, who had only picked up two points in their last four league games, equalised in the 79th minute through Charley Kendall’s penalty after Dan Moss was brought down by goalkeeper James Montgomery.

Ricky Korboa finished off a flowing move with three minutes remaining to put Woking back in front late on.

Midfielder Jermaine Anderson was then sent off after two quickfire yellow cards during 12 minutes of stoppage time, but Woking held on to secure victory.

Kidderminster’s fine form under Phil Brown continued as Jack Lambert’s strike secured the Vanarama National League relegation battlers a 1-0 win at promotion-chasing Solihull.

Lambert hit the winner four minutes into the second half to earn Harriers their sixth victory in eight league matches since Brown replaced Russell Penn as boss last month.

They saw out the final few moments with 10 men after Krystian Pearce was dismissed for a second bookable offence.

Kidderminster rise a place to 21st, separated by goal difference from 20th-placed York, who have played a game fewer. Andy Whing’s Solihull, who had won three of their last four in the league, remain fourth.

Joe Garner helped himself to a double as Oldham boosted their Vanarama National League play-off hopes with a 2-1 victory at 10-man Eastleigh.

The visitors took the lead after 26 minutes when Nathan Sheron headed the ball back into the box after it had been half cleared and Garner stabbed home from close range.

Liam Hogan might have doubled the lead eight minutes before the break, but his thumping header was well saved by Joe McDonnell.

Eastleigh’s problems mounted within seconds of the restart when midfielder Nigel Atangana was dismissed for a second bookable offence, and the Latics doubled their lead when Hogan played the ball in to Garner, who flicked it around his marker before finding the bottom corner.

Substitute Enzio Boldewijn pulled one back with a 30-yard piledriver with six minutes remaining, but ultimately to no avail.

Southend made it three straight wins with a 2-1 victory at home to Altrincham.

Chris Conn-Clarke’s 17th goal of the season got the visitors off to the perfect start, the forward slotting home from Alex Newby’s pass.

But Southend responded well and two quickfire goals had them in front at the break.

Harry Cardwell made it two in two games as he turned in Marcus Dackers’ knockdown after 40 minutes, with Wes Fonguck firing in a second in stoppage time.

Cardwell was inches away from a third early in the second half, but noteworthy chances were few after that as Altrincham slipped to a fourth consecutive defeat.

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